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Ive recently bought a new regulator for the dynamo type beetle and ive just burned it out! can anybody help me figure out the wiring sequence for it thanks!

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Sometimes there will be letters on the regulator or on the wiring plug gr for green r for red bl for black etc. otherwise I would recommend a Haynes repair manual for $20.00 it contains wiring schematics that will help with this problem.

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